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Skype uses the Peer2Peer network in order to access and piggyback on connections as part of it's process. They have no way to determine though what systems actually participate and some do participate in malware or threat activity thus if we see that IP we block it.

In most cases it can be ignored and your Skype application will still work just fine.

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Skype uses the Peer2Peer network in order to access and piggyback on connections as part of it's process. They have no way to determine though what systems actually participate and some do participate in malware or threat activity thus if we see that IP we block it.

In most cases it can be ignored and your Skype application will still work just fine.

Thanks for the explanation Ron we use Skype a lot to keep in contact with family around the world I should hate to have Skype blocked. Is there a way to putting Skype on a safe list? We just purchased Malwarebytes today and I

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